Sculpture in white Carrara marble
Raised on a Portor marble base
A similar model is reproduced in "Art Deco and other figures", B. Catley, Antiques Collectors' Club, 2003, p.23.
height 85 cm
Dominique Alonzo (active between 1912 and 1926) was a French sculptor representative of the Art Deco period. Alonzo was the pupil of the sculptor Alexandre Falguière. She exhibited her works between 1912 and 1926 at the Salon of the Society of French Artists. His detailed statuettes mainly show female figures dressed in long dresses, sometimes nudes, more rarely male figures. Her chryselephantine works in bronze and ivory, edited by Edmond Etling in Paris, rest on marble bases.
Price : on request
15 000 €